What's the difference between the first DVD and the Criterion one? More features, better quality?
The 1998 feature film about a young writer who follows strangers for material meets a thief who takes him under his wing.
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The Criterion collection release is remastered with a new 5.1 soundtrack. Extras:
Included is the audio commentary by Nolan as found on the 2001 Sony DVD. He discusses production details for the limited feature including use of "parallel narratives". There is also a new 26-minute interview with Nolan (recorded by Criterion in 2010). There is a kind of interesting chronological edit of the full film (1:10:10) with the story events in chronological order. We get a 10-minute side-by-side comparison of the shooting script with three scenes from the film and Doodlebug (1997), a three-minute film by Nolan when attending University College - London, starring Following’s Jeremy Theobald. There are 2 trailers (Theatrical - 1:20, Re-Release - 1:30) and the package contains a liner notes leaflet with an essay by film critic and programmer Scott Foundas.
Well considering the features are pretty stacked (especially for a nolan film) plus a new transfer i'd say criterion is easily the way to go.Bacon wrote:Is it worth the extra 10 bucks, though?mchekhov 2: Chek Harder wrote:Yes.Bacon wrote:What's the difference between the first DVD and the Criterion one? More features, better quality?